Table of Contents of Victims and Victors

Victims and Victors

Speaking Out About Their Pregnancies, Abortions, and Children Resulting from Sexual Assault

TABLE OF CONTENTS

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Section I – Overview and Survey Results

CHAPTER 1 – Rape, Incest and Abortion: Searching Beyond the Myths CHAPTER 2 – A Survey of Rape and Incest Pregnancies

Section II – Rape and Abortion

CHAPTER 3 – How Abortionists Have Exploited the Victims of Rape

CHAPTER 4 – Testimonies of Rape Victims Who Had Abortions

“Patricia Ryan” Marie “Rhodes” “Rebecca Morris” “Nancy Anders” Helene Evans Debby Enstad

CHAPTER 5 – Testimonies of Rape Victims Who Gave Birth to Their Children

Kathleen DeZeeuw Mary Murray Sharon “Bailey” “Connie Sellers” Lee Ezell Cindy Speltz

CHAPTER 6 – Testimonies of Children Conceived in Rape

“Beth Bailey” Rob “Smith” Julie Makimaa

Section III – Incest And Abortion

CHAPTER 7 – The Destruction of Innocence

CHAPTER 8 – Testimonies of Incest Victims Who Had Abortions

“Denise Kalasky” Edith Young “Ellen Carson” “Carla Harris” “Julie Anderson”

CHAPTER 9 – Testimonies of Incest Victims Who Gave Birth to Their Children

Nancy “Judge” “Linda March” “Dawn Lewis”

CHAPTER 10 – Testimonies of Children Conceived in Incest

“Sara Judge” “John Kent” Dixie Lee Gourley

Section IV – Finding Better Answers

CHAPTER 11 – Two Wrongs Won’t Make It Right: Incest Case Exposes Shortcomings of Judicial and Medical Review of Abortion Cases

CHAPTER 12 – Finding Real Answers for Pregnant Sexual Assault Victims

CHAPTER 13 – How to Argue Against the Abortion of Children Conceived by Rape or Incest

AFTERWORD

APPENDIX – An Outline of Arguments Against Abortion in the “Hard Cases”

 

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3 Responses to Table of Contents of Victims and Victors

  1. Kim Blackowiak says:

    Dear Elliot Institute,
    Thank you so much for your website. It is very comforting to know that there are others out there who know how much women really do hurt after abortion. I am so happy that your website does not promote condemning women who have had abortions; but instead offers support and God’s forgiveness; which is the best way to begin a new life with Christ and help others to see the importance of pro life initiatives. I have never read a better book on post abortion healing than the Jericho Plan. It was a wonderful book because it talks about how condemning women who have had abortions does not solve the abortion issue. Women already condemn themselves, as I do myself, already over and over again. Instead, we need to hear about God’s love and forgiveness. By doing this, we can begin our healing and truly make an impact on preventing other women from experiencing the true pain and sorrow abortion causes, which they may not readily know, as I did, that follows abortion. God bless you on your ministry. Much love and gratefulness to your ministry. Kim Blackowiak

    • Julia says:

      “I am so happy that your website does not promote condemning women who have had abortions; but instead offers support and God’s forgiveness…” Why would they need God’s forgiveness? They didn’t do anything wrong. Abortion is a choice and should only be the business of the pregnant woman.

      “By doing this, we can begin our healing and truly make an impact on preventing other women from experiencing the true pain and sorrow abortion causes, which they may not readily know, as I did, that follows abortion.” You seem to assume that all abortions are followed by emotional torment, when that is simply not the case. I know two lovely ladies – one older and one younger – who have both gone through abortions and they are doing very well. One of them even experienced profound relief after the procedure, and still feels relief.

      I am sorry that you’ve been in such agony, and I wish you the best in the future. But please do not assume that all women who’ve had an abortion were torn apart by it. It is and should always remain a personal decision.

  2. jody j says:

    Hello I just wanted to say I was pressured into having an abortion at 26 still havent got over it I am now 46 and in a happy marriage but cant have children now as I have severe endometriosis was the trauma and agony worth it no it wasn’t think carefully one pressured decision effects the rest of your life

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